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The New York State Technology and Engineering Educators Association (NYSTEEA) promotes and encourages excellence in Technology & Engineering Education around New York State.

Our mission is to work with Technology educators and communities to foster the development of creativity, critical thinking and technological literacy in all students through activity-based experiences and the study of the human-made world.


NYSTEEA Tech Ed Teacher Talks

NYSTEEA’s Covid-19 Response

The New York State Technology and Engineering Educators Association (NYSTEEA) is here for you during the Coronavirus Pandemic. The NYSTEEA executive board understands this transition to online learning has been difficult. We’ve been figuring it out just like you, one day at a time.

It is time that we unique Tech Ed teachers band together and share our best practices for teaching Technology Education through the COVID-19 crisis.

There are a few ways to connect with NYSTEEA during the Coronavirus Pandemic:

  1. NYSTEEA COVID Guidance for Technology & Engineering Education:
  2. New York State Career and Technical Department Guidelines for Career and Technical Education Administrators and School Counselors:
  3. We are hosting virtual meet-ups for Tech Ed teachers to share our best practices, project ideas, teaching strategies for teaching Technology Education K through University:


Awards & Scholarships

Each year, NYSTEEA presents awards and scholarships to many deserving students, teachers, and schools. These include:

  • Regional Teacher of the Year
  • NYSTEEA Teacher of Excellence
  • NYSTEEA Program of Excellence
  • Future Technology and Engineering Education Award
  • NYSTEEA Mini Grant Application
  • Epsilon Pi Tau



This conference will be the best professional development you will receive all year! Tailored just for technology and engineering education teachers, you are not going to want to miss it!

The conference will promote all attendees to think differently about Technology and Engineering Education and how to incorporate it into STEM education.

Up to 8 hours of CTLE approved professional development that will inspire, motivate and energize your STEM education practice. The conference will have practical, hands-on learning sessions taught by leading technology teachers on a variety of topics including 3D printing, Robotics, Computer Programming and Engineering by Design. There will be networking opportunities for all sorts of teachers from all over NYS and beyond. New and cutting edge technology education products will be on display. Representatives from manufacturing and engineering companies will be present to discuss opportunities to connect to your classroom. Updates will be available from NYS Department of Education about Computer Science and changes made to the middle school mandate that now includes all CTE classes.

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